Feb 10, 2019
"Tanya Adds Life" in Boro Park

After months of consistent learning, participants of Irgun Limud Hatanya in Boro Park were tested on Tanya's entire Likutei Amarim.

By COLlive reporter

After months of hard work and consistent learning, participants of Irgun Limud Hatanya in Boro Park completed and were tested on the entire Likutei Amarim Tanya.

"Keep up your great work! Since I began learning Tanya, my ‘Yiddishkeit’ shines with light and and I actually enjoy it. Now I know what my purpose in this world is. Thank you!" one of them said.

Another commented, "Your Irgun has majorly changed me and my entire perspective on Judaism. When I Daven, learn or ‘Lehavdil’ go about my daily routine, Tanya adds life to my entire Avodas Hashem. Hashem should bless you to continue your amazing work.

“I have no words to express my gratitude to you. You enrich so many people with a more meaningful Judaism. Without the tests I would never have completed the tanya, let alone reviewed and mastered it. Hashem should repay you many times over for your work."

The organization, a project of Heichal Menachem, said participants are continuing to learn further in Tanya, beginning with Igeres Hateshuva and then Shaar Hayichud Ve’haemunah.


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1
Great job
Thank your Rabbi Yoel Naparstek for making it happen!!!!
(2/10/2019 5:50:16 PM)
2
Go yoel!!
Beautiful!!
(2/10/2019 6:38:27 PM)
3
So Beautiful
Chassidus bringing Achdus in KIal Yisroel. Truly a Giluy of Mayyonoysecha Chutza.

May we be zoiche to Koasee Mar, Now! Miyad! Mamosh!
(2/10/2019 8:44:34 PM)
4
Wow
Really impressed! May Tanya spread like flames which brings user closer to g-dliness
(2/11/2019 3:37:53 AM)
5
Is it possible
That the test questions be posted online? I've never been tested in Tanya. It would be interesting to see how much I know.
(2/11/2019 6:20:50 AM)
6
Tribute to rabbi Wolf
About 18 years ago , my zeide rabbi Henech Wolf moved from Montreal to Boro Park to live out his remaining years closer to family. But he didnt "retire". He started a kolel for Tanya study among chassidisher bochurim and yungerleit. With what are you a chosid, if you don't study chassidus? Was his common question. His dining room was the kolel Beis Hamidrash.

So part of his time he dedicated to raising money for his new kolel, and the rest, to giving Tanya shiurim to dozens of talmidim, while offering stipends for every perek learned.
Even as he grew older and his health declined, he continued this project with all his energy.
I have no idea if this irgun limud hatanya has any direct or indirect connection to rabbi Wolf's efforts, but no doubt he is shepping much naches from the continuation of his legacy.
Wishing much succes to all! Yossi
(2/11/2019 10:49:42 PM)
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A christian observer from Utica
Keep up the good work.
(2/14/2019 1:21:25 AM)
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